Software Engineering Intern
Confirmed live in the last 24 hours
The Boring Company

201-500 employees

Underground transportation networks & development
Company Overview
The Boring Company’s mission is to solve traffic, enable rapid point-to-point transportation and transform cities. The company is committed to building tomorrow’s transportation network by creating safe, fast-to-dig, and low-cost transportation, utility, and freight tunnels to ultimately enable rapid transit across densely populated regions.
Industrial & Manufacturing
Hardware

Company Stage

Series C

Total Funding

$1B

Founded

2016

Headquarters

Bastrop, Texas

Growth & Insights
Headcount

6 month growth

14%

1 year growth

45%

2 year growth

102%
Locations
Las Vegas, NV, USA
Experience Level
Intern
Desired Skills
TCP/IP
jQuery
JavaScript
React.js
Node.js
Vue.js
REST APIs
AngularJS
HTML/CSS
CategoriesNew
Backend Engineering
Full-Stack Engineering
Web Development
Software Engineering
Requirements
  • High School diploma or GED and currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or equivalent field
  • Prior experience in software development projects (industry or school)
  • Proficiency in 2 or more coding languages
  • Experience with Web Technologies: HTML, CSS, JS, Node.js and at least one of jQuery, React, Angular, Vue or similar
  • Understanding of how to develop Web APIs including concepts such as REST
  • Familiar with communication protocols, such as HTTP, TCP, UDP
  • Solid mathematics and statistics fundamentals
Responsibilities
  • Implement reliable and scalable Web services to monitor the Las Vegas Loop
  • Improve Loop operational efficiency by deploying web tools for various teams at The Boring Company
  • Formulate statistical metrics to evaluate the Las Vegas Loop performance
  • Develop and deploy web tools to display such performance metrics
  • Clearly document and communicate design proposals
  • Support the Las Vegas Loop during hours of operations, eventually during weekends or holidays when necessary